Greener Highways | Steering Group announced as organisation continues to grow
Greener Highways, an organisation dedicated to promoting sustainable transportation, is pleased to announce its steering group. The steering group, which is made up of 11 experts in various fields, will be responsible for providing strategic direction and oversight to Greener Highways.
The members of the Greener Highways steering group is a team of professionals with a wealth of experience in highways, transportation, sustainability, and other related fields.
The group will be responsible for helping to ensure that the organisation functions effectively and achieves its goals.
The main responsibilities of the steering group will be to aid the organisation with the development and implementation of strategies to promote and deliver sustainable change, and subsequently reduce the environmental impact of the sector. This will include identifying and addressing the key challenges and opportunities in the field, as well as developing policies and programs to promote sustainable transportation. This, in addition to monitoring and providing feedback on Greener Highways’ member programme.
In addition, the steering group will be responsible for monitoring and evaluating the progress of Greener Highways and ensuring that it remains focused on its mission and goals. The group will also be responsible for ensuring that Greener Highways and its activities are consistent with its values and objectives.
The establishment of the steering group is a significant milestone for Greener Highways, as it will provide the organisation with the strategic direction and oversight needed to achieve its goals. With the support of its steering group, Greener Highways will be able to continue to promote sustainable transportation and reduce the environmental impact of the highways industry, making a positive impact on the environment and society as a whole.
In conclusion, the finalization of Greener Highways’ steering group of 11 people is an important step in the organisation’s journey towards promoting sustainable transportation. With a diverse and experienced group of professionals providing strategic direction and oversight, Greener Highways is well-positioned to achieve its mission and goals.
The Greener Highways steering group is:
Alex Colesby, Compliance Manager – R&C Williams
Becky Wainewright-Smith, Social Media Manager – Chevron Green Services
Ben Kettell, Marketing Manager – MVIS
Craig Sammon, Parts & Stock Controller – Blakedale
Jamie Bowen, Head of ESG & Improvement – Chevron TM
Kayleigh Sheward, HSEQ Administrator – HTM
Nicholas Vague, Senior Consultant – Brightly Software
Paul Aldridge, Sustainability Director – WJ
Paul Chamley, Managing Director – TLS Group
Pete Benton, Health, Safety & Environment Manager – Crown Highways
Wai-Keat Ngai, Group Head of ESG – Core Highways